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Microsoft and Google Collaborates to bring in PWAs through Google play store.

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Microsoft and Google are now collaborating to bring more Progressive Web Apps (PWA) to android through Google play store.
Apps built using Microsoft’s PWABuilder tool will use Google’s Bubblewrap utility and library to take advantage of new features, including a new standard for web shortcuts, “deeper” push notifications and visual customizations. Web apps should feel more at home on your phone, to put it simply.
It might take a while before seeing apps making use of the new features. It could lead to more and improved apps reaching your phone, though. And it’s not surprising to see Microsoft and Google working together in a case like this. This gives creators more reasons to use Microsoft’s toolkit, while Google gets more developers who build Android-friendly web apps instead of pointing people to generic apps inside a browser.

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